Afternoon Classical Playlists

Afternoon Classical playlist for 12/20/2012

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Honor Bailey

Afternoon Classical playlist for 12/14/2012

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Xinyu Guan

This afternoon we explore the works of Polish composer Henryk Górecki (1933-2010), who is known for his Webern-inspired works in the 1950s and 60s, as well as his dark, sonorous vocal works in the 1970s and 1980s. We explore both periods of his compositional history.

Afternoon Classical playlist for 12/13/2012

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Victoria Fassrainer

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/30/2012

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Ethan "Qp" Edwards

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/29/2012

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Mark Micchelli

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/16/2012

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Elias.7 Dagher

A celebration of night as the days get shorter and shorter and the nights colder and colder. We also celebrate the life of Elliott Carter, who passed away this month at the age of 103.

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/15/2012

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Mark Micchelli

Co-hosted by Carter Purcell and Victoria Fassrainer

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/09/2012

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Stephan S. Dalal

Welcome to another edition of Afternoon Classical. The Bach hour, as always, begins at 4:30pm. Enjoy the show.

Debashish Bhattacharya: a benefit concert for the victims of Hurricane Sandy Tonight, November 9, 2012 at 7:30
Holy Trinity Episcopal: 20 Cumming Street, New York, NY 10034
Take the 1 train or A train, and get off at Dyckman Street

Stephan S. Dalal

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/08/2012

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Mark Micchelli

Afternoon Classical playlist for 11/02/2012

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Elias.7 Dagher

A comparison of the parallel journeys of Beethoven and Scriabin, as explored through the lens of the Piano Sonata. Starting with their first sonatas--Beethoven's f minor from 1795 and Scriabin's f minor from 1892--and moving through middle-period works--Beethoven's F-sharp Major from 1809 and Scriabin's F-Sharp Major from 1903--and finally reaching Beethoven's last sonata, the c minor from 1822, and Scriabin's last, the keyless Op. 70 from 1913--we explored questions of inspiration, transformation, and spiritual transcendence.